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Intersubjective meaning and collective action in 'fragile' societies : theory, evidence and policy implications (English)

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The capacity to act collectively is not just a matter of groups sharing interests, incentives and values (or being sufficiently small), as standard economic theory predicts, but a prior and shared understanding of the constituent elements of problem(s... See More +

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  • Gauri, Varun; Woolcock, Michael; Desai, Deval;
  • 2011/06/01
  • Policy Research Working Paper
  • WPS5707
  • 1 of 1
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  • 2011/06/01
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